50 sec + exposures at ISO 3200 in cold weather with D7000 - hows the noise?

Started Sep 7, 2012 | Discussions thread
tsk1979
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Re: Why ISO3200?
In reply to Scott Beattie, Oct 23, 2012

Scott Beattie wrote:

Is this used simply to shorten the exposure time?

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Yes. If you take too long an exposure, you will get star trails. So you have to have exposure time shorter than 600/(35mm equiv focal length)

With a 16mm(eq 24mm) I can go max 25 sec without trailing

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